Friday 27th July 2012. A date to remember. It has been a fifty-four year wait for London and now the Olympic opening ceremony is only hours away; the world waits in anticipation for the greatest sporting spectacle of all. If … Continue reading
Fans at The Olympic Club in San Francisco should prepare themselves for a great US Open showdown today. Last year, the script was already written for an imperious Rory McIlroy to win his first major and come back from his Augusta disaster.
Most golf fans would agree that McIlroy’s skill and flair was simply breathtaking. However, this year will be different. With Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk tied at -1 and two shots ahead of the rest of the field, it could become a two-horse race. Continue reading
Last Sunday, I visited the Riverbank Arena at the Olympic Park to watch the Visa International Invitational Hockey Tournament. Even though the cold temperatures made the test event feel more a part of the Winter Olympics, there were still two men’s hockey matches to look … Continue reading
The NBA playoffs are now well under way; all fire extinguishers are currently being hidden from all of the New York Knicks players and spectators are ready for some great matches and magic moments from the current stars of the game. Big names such as Kobe Bryant and LeBron James are always in the mix to produce something special at this point, as they have done in the past.
However, will any of these players be able to perform well enough to make them ‘the next Michael Jordan’? It’s something that is mentioned often by the media, especially because there is a talented generation playing in the NBA right now who are producing stellar performances.
Looking back though, it’s hard to see another man bring as much excitement to the NBA as Michael Jordan did.
Michael Jordan will definitely enter Play with Flair’s Hall of Fame, but which other basketball greats should join him?
Have your say below.
As the World Snooker Championships begin today and Play with Flair has announced the creation of their Hall of Fame, what better way to celebrate than to discuss two of snooker’s greats: Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry.
It is great news that this year both will be competing in the event again. Together they boast almost 50 years at the Crucible, which is an astonishing amount of time. Continue reading